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1. (Placename) an obsolete name for a New Zealander
2. (Peoples) an obsolete name for a New Zealander
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(4) Interestingly, in the early nineteenth century, "New Zealander" referred to Maori and "Maorilander" to the white settlers.
Among others, studies in the Twayne's Series which have included substantial original research include that of John Mulgan by Paul Day (1968), William Satchell by Phillip Wilson (1968--Wilson's earlier The Maorilander had appeared in 1961), a study of D'Arcy Cresswell by Roderick Finlayson (1972), and that of Jane Mander by Dorothea Turner (1972).